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Your coverage is appalling. Did the tea party express and the koch brothers BUY cnn? How dare you let them turn this event into a boxing match, writing all the narrative? This is sickening. Any comparison of cnn to journalism is a JOKE! By the way, re your chyron, the republican party HAS no heart and soul.
Linda, Just in case you don't know, the Tea Party is made up of republicans, democrats, independents and libertarians. These are people who do not like the direction in which the country is going and want to remove Obama out of office for driving the country over the cliff. This is America and we always don't agree, but what the Media and the Democrats are doing to the Tea Party is plain disgraceful.
I beg to differ, Linda – the Republican party has heart, soul, and most importantly, a BRAIN. They know that it takes personal responsibility, not government handouts, to create and maintain a strong, safe and free republic. But I do agree that CNN's coverage can be appalling, because of their insidious derision of the Tea Party and all things conservative.
On your show tonight, your question democrat representatives about the big loss in New York last night and you were correct in your statement, except you allowed them to compare apples and oranges. In the race last May in Upstate when the democrats took a republican seat, you forgot to mentioned that there were 3 people in the race. There was a democrat, a republican and a tea party candidate. The democrat won with less than 50% of the vote. If the Tea Party candidate did not run, the Republican would win, hands down. Look at the numbers.
RE Interview on the Racist Bake Sale in CA. Very weak argument from the right and a missed opportunity:
From the right: "If we should consider Race and Gender for university admissions shouldn't we also consider Political and/or Religious affiliation?
– No, Race and Gender are not an individual's choice, Political and/or Religious affiliation are (though sometimes I have to wonder.